Everyone is welcome. Please note that access to the church is via the wooden footbridge at the junction of St. Peter's Street and Castle Street. We regret that there is no disabled access.
Fr Aidan Nichols, Prior of the Dominican Priory of St. Michael the Archangel in Cambridge, will be the speaker.
This is one in a monthly series of free lectures hosted by the Friends of St. Giles' Church, given every second Thursday of the Month at 11am in St Giles' Church. Refreshments are served from 10:30 am.
Thursday 9 June: Prof. Peter Robinson, subject tba
Thursday 14 July: Dr. Peter Harland, subject tba
Chihiro Ono - violin
Philip Mead - piano
Franck Sonata for Piano and Violin in A major
Virtuoso violin music by Sarasate.
Free entry, refreshments. Retiring collection.
Tom is licensed to the parish, having previously been in full time parochial ministry.
Tom grew up at the edge of the Lake District, where he developed an early interest in earth history. He studied Geology at Sheffield University, and was awarded a Natural Environment Research Council grant to study mountain building in the Cantabrian Mountains of northern Spain.
This is a new, free, five-session course for babies and their parents. It draws on the approach of many baby-focused courses and concentrates specifically on the spiritual nurture of babies. It provides a place and time for new parents and carers to spend one-to-one time with a child and offers opportunites to consider questions about spiritual life and development.
The five sessions are:
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Join us in the grounds of St Giles' Church for a Garden Party in the tradition of Cambridge's May Week. Tickets include a glass of bubbly and a cream tea. Entertainment will be provided. The profits will go to the projects of the Friends of St Giles'.
Summer smart and hats encouraged.
Folk at St Giles' - Join us for a fabulous night of Celtic dancing at St Giles', held just before Cambridge's famous May Week (and a reasonable alternative to expensive balls). Our band are the fabulous Magogs.
Get tickets and read more about this evening of merriment here £8-£12 with all proceeds towards our charitable projects.
This monthly working party meets at the Burial Ground (off Huntingdon Road) to clear graves, working under the guidance of Rod Ailes. Please bring gloves (if you have them) and stout shoes are essential, secateurs, loppers and any garden waste sacks very desirable if you have them. It can also be thirsty work, so do bring a drink as well.